Yoni Leviatan is a British-born, American-raised, Israeli-blooded oleh who in 2009 returned to the country his grandparents helped build in 1948. Although he likes to think of himself as a professional musician and songwriter - http://songsofyoni.com/ - the bills get paid from his quintessential native English speaker’s role of marketing for a hi-tech company, with some time on the side to spout his unorthodox political views. Somehow he’s managed to put it all together and live a successful life in Israel, which according to him is entirely possible as long as you stop complaining. But beware that you won’t learn how to do this from Israelis themselves.
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